78 Oak Street
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Phone: (518) 747-9352
Contact: John Max McDonnell

Look What's Happening at the Senior Center of Kingsbury & Fort Edward
Check out our Calendar or Newsletter page for various events and activities.

Weekly Exercise / Activity Programs @ the Senior Center of KFE
Each Weekday Noon Washington County Nutrition Program
One Day Each Month - Noon Birthday Celebration(Sponsored by CDPHP)
Quarterly birthday celebration and gift
Monday - 9:00 am Silver Sneakers
Monday & Wednesday - 10:15 am Bingo
Tuesday - 11:00 am Ukulele Club/Orchestra - Lessons by Max McDonnell
Tuesday - 1:30 pm Zumba Gold with Ann Giroux
Tuesday & Thursday - 10:00 am Pool League
Tuesday & Thursday - 9:00 am OsteoBusters Exercise and Education program
Tuesday & Thursday - 10:00 am Pool League
Wednesday - 9:00 am Silver Sneakers Chair Yoga
Wednesday - 1:00 pm Knitting With Sharon Karwoski
Thursday - 2:00 pm Exercise with Marge Salerno
Friday - 9:00 am Silver Sneakers Circuit
Friday - 10:30 am Line Dancing with Jan Young
Friday - 10:30 am Fresh Food Pantry through mid-November
 2nd & 4th Friday - 1:00 pm - Bunco – each second and fourth Friday

Tuesday, 10/01 - 10:00 am Crafts with Linda Buerkley
Tuesday, 10/01 - 11:45 am Blood pressure clinic at the Center (Interim Health Care)
Friday, 10/04 - 10:00-3:00 Washington Co. Office for Aging Community Fall Festival, Kingsbury Firehouse
Monday,10/07 - 10:00 am Shopping
Tuesday, 10/08 - 10:00 am Saratoga Casino
Tuesday, 10/08 - 11:15 am WellCare/Today’s Options Beyond Healthcare. A Better You (presentation with Cathy DeGregorio)
Thursday, 10/10 - 10:00-2:00 Council of Seniors Fall Luncheon at American Legion, Pearl Street
Friday, 10/11 - 11:15 am Nutrition program with Kristin Stewart, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Washington County ADRC Nutrition Program “Is there more to pumpkin than just pie?
Tuesday, 10/15 - 12:30-1:30 Free Walgreens flu shot clinic at the Senior Center
Sunday, 10/20 - 4:30-6:00 First Annual chicken & Biscuit Dinner Fundraiser
Tuesday, 10/22 - 9:30 am Aetna seminar with Danielle Smith
Tuesday, 10/22 - 2:00-4:00 CDPHP presentation by Mary Jo Murray
Wednesday, 10/23 - 11:30 am Lunch Tour at Charlie B – Main Street, Hudson Falls (more info, call Gladys M. 518-747-8954
Thursday, 10/24 - 11:15 am Alzheimer’s Association, Lindsay Stanislowsky
Friday, 10/25 12 - Noon Halloween Pizza Party
Tuesday, 10/29 - 10:00 am Crafts with Linda Buerkley
Wednesday, 10/30 - 1:00 pm Fundraising meeting (if you are interested in being part of a committee, please come)

Meals on Wheels

Market 32

GGF Transit

Monthly Programs
Computer Help with Cornell Cooperative Extension
Washington County OFA and ADRC Nutrition Services
Senior Center Recreation and Education / Nutrition Education
Stay Healthy with SNAP ! Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Cooking Demonstrations with Cornell Cooperative Extension
Coffee with a Cop 3rd Tuesday of the month @ 11:15am
Hudson Falls Fire Dept.– informal discussion3rd Tuesday of the month @ 11:15am
Alzheimer’s Association – Programs

Monthly Meetings
Trip / Travel Committee

Washington County, NY LOGO BOARD
Washington County Nutrition Program “Senior Dining Washington County” Meals served Monday through Friday @ 12:00 noon at the Hudson Falls site. Suggested Contribution $ 3.00 Call 747-9352 for reservations and information.

“Coffee with a Cop Program”
at 11:15am with the Hudson Falls Police Dept.
Meets 3rd Tuesday of the month

he Senior Center is now enrolled in TD Bank’s Affinity Program. Go to any TD office to enroll your account, or see Max to enroll. What a great program! It’s TD’s way to give back to non-profits and their members who bank with them!


We have a new Facebook Page! Please “Like” the Page and “Share” it with your friends. We will post upcoming events, snow closings, etc. and there is a link that will take you to the website calendar. https://www.facebook.com/seniorcenterkingsburyfortedward  
facebook LOGOAccording to a recent Pew Research Center study, 11% of U.S. adults still don't use the Internet. That's a significant change from 48% in 2000, but the study revealed that age remains a major factor, with 34% of senior citizens remaining offline. Nonetheless, seniors are more connected than ever. Eighty-six percent of seniors were offline in 2000, but easier-to-use apps and sites — particularly Facebook— brought them online. Pew recently reported that 55% of Americans over the age of 50 use Facebook. If you don’t use Facebook, why not get started and see what you are missing?

NOTE: The center is closed when the Washington County Nutrition Program and the local schools are closed because of inclement weather. Listen to your local radio or television stations for school closings.

Reminder: ALL seniors are invited to participate in, and attend program and activity meetings, and fundraising meetings.

2019 Fundraising Planner as of ( 10/01/19)
20 October - Chicken and Biscuit Dinner
15 November - Thankgiving Turkey Raffle

Everyone’s input is appreciated.  Senior’s interested in joining a committee, be sure to see John “Max”.